2010/11/07

Wrist Worms, Before & After



I love Wrist Worms, they are addictive - both to wear and to make. Right now I'm taking a break from making them, because my body needs some rest. Luckily I've managed to make quite a lot of them, available in the shop so all will hopefully not be out of stock. The sale continues as well.

19 comments:

  1. great colours and photo composition

    :D

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  2. Such great colours. I really like the mustard ones...

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  3. I already marvelled at your long Wrist Worm making wind :).

    I'm just working on WORKING on my stuff regularly :), so your work is a big motivation for me. Tack, Sandra, danke! :)

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  4. The picture is very beautiful, nice idea! Have a nice week ahead!

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  5. looks like binary code.. 010101 : )

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  6. Your wrist worms looks very nice. Love the colours, too. Have a nice week!
    allesistgut

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  7. Narnia > that's so clever! :)

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  8. Hej
    har du sätt att dina wrist worms är med i Gifted Magazine? På sidan 156!
    http://issuu.com/creaturecomforts/docs/gifted_magazine
    Jättekul!

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  9. Julie > ja vad jättekul, tack för att du berättade!

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  10. i love making them too. i sold them to all my co-workers last year and had to take a break because i got completely overbooked and overwhelmed. but you make me want to start again.
    xo

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  11. sandra, it means the way you arrange them could send a coded message to those who know binary, ie-
    01110011
    01100001
    01101100
    01100101
    means SALE!

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  12. I love these images of the yarn aside the finished product. Beautiful.

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  13. Hi Sandra,

    The wrist worms look lovely, as always. You have such an eye for colour :)

    I just stopped by because I see that you have sold out of your 2011 pocket calendars in your shop. Any chance you will be making some more? I have quite a few people in mind that I wanted to give them to as a little Christmas gifty.

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  14. paperkate > thank you! hopefully i will make more (so glad you like them!), the paper i use is out of stock at the moment, i hope it'll be back very soon :)

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